Katie Hopkins reported to police for boasting about breaking lockdown rules

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Katie Hopkins has not only been blasted by the Aussie people but she's now allegedly been reported to police for defying lockdown rules during her visit to Australia.

The outspoken mum-of-three explained in an Instagram post that she'd deliberately set out to break restrictions while visiting the country – which caused mass outrage.

In her lengthy social media rant which as now been deleted, Katie described Sydney and Melbourne's Covid-19 restrictions as "bull***t" before telling people everyone was "living through the greatest hoax in human history".

She later went on to brag about defying the rules after being told strictly to hunker down in her hotel, when accepting food wait 30 seconds after it's delivered and wear a mask when opening the door.

Instead, Katie thought she had a better plan which was to wait in the balance and sprint to the door stark naked to scare staff.

Katie boasted to fans: "I've been told when they bring three meals a day to the door… I have to wait 30 seconds before opening the door.

"And then I can open the door but only with a face mask."

However, Katie explained she'd been "lying in wait" for the door to chime in a bid to "frighten the s**t out of them [the workers] and do it naked with no face mask".

Her blatant refusal to comply with the rules sparked many questioning about her being allowed into Australia in the first place.

Andrew Giles tweeted: "My media release on the appalling decisions of the Morrison government to let right-wing troll Katie Hopkins into the country.

"This should never have happened, and now her behaviour is putting people at risk. Mr Morrison must take responsibility – and fix this now."

Another post read: "Why are you able to fly here and use up a valuable quarantine vacancy when we have reduced caps on arrivals. I haven’t seen my parents for over 18 months now… There are stranded Australians not able to get home to see dying live ones."

A second online user wrote: "You have queue jumped and taken a quarantine space from one of the 35,000 stranded Australians. Don’t grandstand and make jokes about breaking quarantine. If you don’t want to abide by Australia’s Covid rules then don’t travel there."

While a third fumed: "As a citizen of Australia unable to return due to the wait list and prohibitive cost of flights I’m somewhat bemused at your ability to travel to Oz? I haven’t seen my kids for 18 months, quite pissed about this tbh…"

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